Rajasthani Gatte ki Sabji

Gatte ki sabji is originated from Rajasthan.  The Gatte are the gram flour dumplings which are put in the curd based gravy. Traditionally, they never add any vegetables on this sabji because Rajasthan is a state of the desert where there is always a shortage of vegetables. The scarcity of vegetables leads them to discover the mouth-watering cuisine which is so popular in all the other states also.  Ingredients: For Gatte: 1 cup gram flour (besan)1/2 tsp red chili powder1/2 tsp turmeric powdersalt to taste2 tsp curd (dahi)1/2 tsp ajwain
For Gravy: 2 tsp oil1 tsp mustard seed1 dried red chili2 onions2 green chilies1 cup curd1/2 tsp turmeric1/2 tsp red chili powdersalt to taste
Method: In a bowl, add besan, spices, curd and make a thick dough.Roll gently into cylindrical shapes.Add these gattes to the boiling water.When it is cooked, gatte will expand and also appear on the surface of water.Take out the gatte and cut into small pieces.Take another bowl, add remaining curd, spices and the w…

Indian Style Pasta

This Pasta is a delightful recipe made with the boiling pasta and lots of tasty vegetables, which are flavored with chilies and sauces. This is an aromatic Indo-Chinese snack or appetizer to serve for the empty stomach because it is so quick in making and extremely tasty in eating. Being a lazy person, I love the food which can be easily made. This Recipe is one of my favorites as it is easy to made and comes out delicious as well.
INGREDIENTS:  Veggies: Tomatoes, Onion, Capsicum, Garlic, Green ChillySauces: Tomato sauce, green chili sauce, soy sauce and vinegarSpices: Salt and PepperPasta, oil, and WaterDIRECTIONS: Boil water and add pasta and a little salt. It will take only 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, cut the veggies. Then heat oil in the pan and add garlic, chilies and remaining vegetables. Saute them well for 5 minutes on high flame. Now add pasta and mix. It is now ready. NOTES: You can use any vegetables of your choice.If you don’t have vinegar, you can skip it.
If you have any doubts, pl…

Veg cheesy paneer balls

Paneer Chessy Balls!!!! They are just magical!! I am introducing (from my own invention) to you the veg cheese paneer balls!!!! These are filled with creamy cheese just to melt inside your mouth when you take a bite. The brown textured outside layer is made up of a blend of different vegetables and some flour. The taste of the two when integrated together in a bite is just out of the world.
I can guarantee you that you will love it and won’t regret making efforts in preparing this heavenly snack because it is easy to make and delicious to taste. Cooking time: 15 minutes Serving: 2 people Vegetarian Dish All you need: 1 carrot1 capsicum200 gm paneerspices: 1/2 tsp red chili powder, a pinch of turmeric,1/2 tsp ajwain, salt to taste and 1/2 tsp chat masalaoil to grease the panappam pan (if you don’t have it you can substitute it with simple pan also)a small cube of mozzarella cheese2 tsp corn flourMethod: Grate carrotGrate capsicumGrate paneerMix it in a bowlAdd spicesAdd corn flourMix it all…

Instant Dhokla

Dhokla is a side food or a snack originated from Gujrat, India. It is loved by Indian and one cannot suppress the mouth watering taste of the soft, spongy, juicy Dhokla.
What you need: 1 cup Gram flour (Besan)1/2 cup Semolina (sooji)1/2 cup Curd (Dahi)1 Green Chili (slitted)1 Pinch TurmericSalt to taste1 pinch Red chilly powder1 packet Fruit Salt (ENO)1 Tbsp Oil1 tsp Mustard Seeds2 Cup Water (1 cup for making batter and 1 cup for seasoning)Coriander Leaves1 Tsp Sugar1 lemon Most of it is already present in an Indian Kitchen so it would not be a problem. Method: You have to Prepare the Dhokla batter for which you have to take a bowl, add Besan, suji, all the spices, and yogurt then Mix well.
Keep aside the bowl for at least an hour to ferment.
Now after an hour, take a steamer plate. Grease it with Oil completely from inner side.
Greasing will make sure that Dhokla does not stick to the bowl. Keep the bowl aside.
Add fruit salt in the Dhokla batter and mix well.
Dhokla batter is now fluffy an…

Bread halwa

is very popular and takes few ingredients.It is so versatile in character that you can use it in many ways to create divine dishes. This is a European-Indian sweet dish. In my opinion, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Bread Halwa is the Indian take on the English classic – Bread pudding. The texture is almost similar, warm and gooey, comes loaded with sweetness, doused in desi ghee, much like butter which makes it like a pudding. If you have a sweet tooth, then you will love this Halwa, more so because it is ridiculously easy to make, taking just about 10 minutes. What I am trying here is to make the maximum with the minimums. Hope, You enjoy this super easy and fast recipe.
Ingredients: 3 slices of bread4 spoons of sugar2 tables spoon ghee
Directions: Blend the bread into small pieces.Heat ghee in the pan.Add bread piece and roast it till it turns golden brown.Add sugar then add water and stir it continuously till it becomes little dry.Halwa is ready.Notes: You can also add milk instead of w…
Brown bread pizza recipe 
Pizza without microwave…! Healthy pizza…! Veg pizza…! You can name it anything! You love pizza right ? But you know the fact that it is not that healthy and you can’t eat it everyday. But what if you can eat it at your home, you can make it within 20 mins. Do you have oven at your home ? No? Not a problem at all. I am going to teach you how to make healthy pizza without microwave oven. The pizza is so delicious that my family loves it and they want me to made it very once in a week. Now we don’t order pizza from outside which contains so many fats. We enjoy it at our home only. I want you to enjoy it too.. You can moderate it according to your choice of vegetables and as per your taste. Ingredients : 1. Brown bread 2. Oregano ( if  you have this at your home then use otherwise you can use homemade oregano powder which tatse so similar just like oregano. For that dry roast cumin seeds, Ajwain, black pepper, fennel seeds, methi and blend it after roasting. Use…